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Bryce Anderson
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Having a snafu with Amazon. We're trying to make the price "free", but it keeps getting jacked up to 99c. Go home Amazon algorithms. You're drunk.

But even at 99c, you're picking up a bunch of great stories. Why not give it a read?

http://creativityhacker.ca/shiny
The 2016 ImmerseOrDie Anthology. What do you get when you ask 34 of today's top indie authors to each submit a story and then ask a team of judges to scour that ore and pick out the gems? You get All These Shiny Worlds: A world of today, divided, black from white, good from evil, and held apart ...
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Twelve hour countdown: the ImmerseOrDie storybundle is going away... FOREVER! This is your last chance to pick up The Vampire of Northanger + 8 other indie sci-fi fantasy books for the low low price of [KINDA SORTA PAY WHAT YOU WANT SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY].

http://storybundle.com/indie

Among the pile: authors I've come to know and love, books I've started into that show great promise, and a hapless heroine trying to escape a holiday in Bath undevoured.

Canadian author Jefferson Smith has been doing the dirty work of sifting through the muck of the self-publishing world, bagging and tagging the best. I feel like I'm in exceptional company.
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What do you get when you ask 34 of today's top indie authors to each submit a story and then ask a team of judges to scour that ore and pick out the gems?

Well, for one thing, you get All These Shiny Worlds.

And for another, you get it for free.

Available now on:
Kindle: http://creativityhacker.ca/SW-Kindle
Kobo: http://creativityhacker.ca/SW-Kobo
Apple: http://creativityhacker.ca/SW-Apple
Nook: http://creativityhacker.ca/SW-Nook

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Amazon cashes for the book.
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The next Write Out Loud will be this Thursday, September 17 7pm at the SLC Main Library.  Come listen to fellow writers reading their stories.  If you have a story to share, contact Bryan Young​.

http://www.slcpl.lib.ut.us/events/view/3920

Attendance is free, and is not mandatory.
The City Library is committed to advancing knowledge, fostering creativity, encouraging the exchanging of ideas, building community, and enhancing the quality of life.
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+Russ Linton liked my book.  I feel another squee coming on.
 
So, a Girl Walks into your Buffer Memory #BookReview #IndieBooks #TheImprobableRiseofSingularityGirl

And you snag a copy. (Ba dum ching!) No, seriously. Go grab one. A month later and I’m still figuring exactly how lucky I was to be included in the Immerse or Die story bundle. Ive got a never ending to-read list that includes reading for fun, reading for…
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A dog with a giraffe's head eats from a bucket.  The harbor seal grows spindly ventral flippers and casts itself onto land.  The hummingbird drinks from the snail's abandoned shell.

The end is nigh.  Repent.
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Spoiler alert:  The cat survives just fine.
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Woo hoo! All These Shiny Worlds is #1 on Amazon in free sci-fi anthologies and #2 in fantasy. If you've already got yours, thank you immensely.

And if you haven't, was it a price problem? Some people have reported that it's not yet showing as free. Amazon tells me that you should just clear the caches and cookies in your browser and refresh the page. Then, voila! You too can enjoy the awesome goodness.
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The Vampire of Northanger faces off against the Treadmill of Judgment. The real winner is Jane Austen lovers everywhere!
 
Today we see an example of a stylistic homage paid in brilliant coin. Jane Austen’s long-lost vampire novel.
Today we see an example of a stylistic homage paid in brilliant coin. Jane Austen's long-lost vampire novel.
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Winner winner fear for dinner.  I'm looking forward to reading this.
 
Something dark and delectable just in time for the season of blood and pumpkins.
Let the strumpets cry out as another contender crosses the line with arms raised!
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"_Strictly Analog_ really worked for me. The gritty, corporate dystopia had a bit of a Snowcrash feel to it, and the world is painted in stark, black strokes. From the Midwest dotted with slave labor factories that build goods for a wealthy China, to decaying libraries that double as homeless shelters, this is a scary, dangerous world."--+Bryce Anderson, Banned Sorcery Book Reviews

Strictly Analog is on sale for just 99 cents for a few more days. Grab it at this price while you can.

Get Your Copy At:
Amazon  http://www.amazon.com/Strictly-Analog-Richard-Levesque-ebook/dp/B009B8BF24 

Barnes & Noble     http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/strictly-analog-richard-levesque/1117400588

Kobo    https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/strictly-analog-1  

Apple iBooks  https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id966292469

#bargainbooks   #cyberpunk   #dystopia  
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I repeat: Google is the worst trip-sitter ever.

Me: "Hey Google, I'm freaking out."

Google: "Oh, okay.  Well, relax and look at this."

Me: [[ goes into screaming coma ]]
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  • University of Utah
    Computer Science, 2004 - 2007
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The Brycenator, Hey You
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The future is like the past, but moreso.
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We are but shadows projected onto the inner eyelid of sleeping Cthulhu.  Happy dreaming.
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Wrote The Improbable Rise of Singularity Girl: http://bannedsorcery.com/books/1
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Whatever earns money to support my writing addiction.
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  • Being a better narcissist
    2008 - present
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Nancy has been helping me work through my lower back issues. She's competent, friendly, and will put you at ease. I don't walk away from our sessions so much as I glide out the door on a cloud. As an alternative to debilitating joint pain, Nancy is unbeatable.
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